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Generator not running smoothly under load

My generator rpm's go up and down continuously when there is a constant load. This is not a refrigerator compressor kicking in or anything like that. For instance, it will do it with a fan running and a light on. The generator runs smoothly with no load. Any ideas ???

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Hi

I think it is because the governor sistem.(no properly working).Perhaps the governor lever spring is tightened.There is a screw to adjust it,try to locate it.Hope this helps.

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